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Tameka Foster Starts A Petition To Drain Lake Lanier In Remembrance Of Her Son Kile

Usher’s ex-wife Tameka Foster is honoring the memory of her late son by launching a petition to drain the lake that took his life. 

Foster took to intagram on Thursday, July 6 to share the petition she launched on the 11-year anniversary of the Lake Lanier accident that led to her son’s death. 
“On this significant day, July 6, we remember the tragic accident on Lake Lanier that forever altered my life,” Foster shared in her caption.

“My courageous son, Kile Glover, fought for two weeks with unwavering strength until his passing on July 21.”

“Today, we honor his memory by rallying together for change,” Foster continued. “Let’s ensure a safer future by demanding improved safety measures, better zoning, and the removal of haunted debris from the lake.” 

The celebrity fashion stylist closed with a call to action urging her followers to support her Change.org petition and help bring a “fresh start” to a lake with such deadly history. 
“Join me in signing the petition and sharing this vital cause. Together, we can create a fresh start and bring about lasting transformation. #JusticeForKile,” she wrote.

“Draining, cleaning, and restoring Lake Lanier is not only necessary but also an opportunity to honor the memory of those who have lost their lives and prevent further tragedies. We appeal to the relevant authorities, including government officials, environmental agencies, and stakeholders, to prioritize this critical undertaking,” Foster writes in the petition. 
“We urge you to allocate the necessary resources, expertise, and funding to initiate the drainage, cleaning, and restoration process promptly.”

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Source: Black Enterprise

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